Last week I shared the news about joining CureClick as an Ambassador. If you did not have the chance to read here is a link to the post. Many of you have checked out the link for the Lumbar Disc Herniation and Sciatica study and I hope you gathered all the information you need.
This week there is a clinical trial for Eczema that you may find interesting. I know there are many people who sufferer from Eczema with little relief. Maybe this clinical trial is for you.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis is not just a cosmetic disease. It is a chronic skin condition that causes patches of red, itchy, dry skin to appear on various parts of the body. When someone has moderate or severe eczema, it can cause intense pain, itchiness, and skin cracking. Eczema can flare periodically, especially when exposed to certain triggers such as cold or dry air and contact with irritants, including rough fabrics and chemicals such as perfumes or dyes.
If you or someone you know has or suspects has Eczema click on this link to find out more information.
How do participate in clinical trials?
Why participate in clinical trials?
Clinical trials advance medicine and treatment options. When you participate in a clinical trial you may help find a new treatment for yourself or someone you love. It’s important to read all the information about the trial and understand your role.